On behalf to the TC 10 management team, I would like to wish you all the best for 2012, to you and all your beloved. We hope that 2012 will be a very rich year for you, your family, and colleagues!
Welcome to the first edition of our TC-10 newsletter on 2012.
First of all, we would like to thank the organizers of the 2 main events of 2011 year for their great management of the two main events of the year : GREC and ICDAR. These 2 events were some good opportunities for fostering interactions between our community members. We hope that 2012 will permit our community to keep on structuring its activities, and generate new research challenges.
We also would like to thank Dr. Alicia Fornés, CVC Barcelona, for having accepted to join our TC 10 management team for working with Jaehwa Park for the delivering of this TC 10 newsletter.
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Current Status of Review of GREC2011 for LNCS post-proceedings.
The review process of GREC2011 should be finished February, 15th, 2012.
The review results will be sent to authors by February, 21st.
We estimate that the revision process of submitted papers should be finished at the end of March 2012, and that the publication of LNCS book should occur at the end of May 2012.
We would like to thank all the PC members for their participation to the reviewing process.
Jean-Marc Ogier and Kwon Young-Bin,
|Event/Location/Web||Event Date||Deadline (paper submission)|
|ICFHR 2012, Bari, Italy
|September 18-20, 2012||February 28, 2012|
|ICFHR 2012 Calls for Tutorials||September 18-20, 2012||March 15, 2012|
|ICPR 2012, Tsukuba, Japan
|November 11-15, 2012||March 31, 2012|
10th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems
March 27th - 29th, 2012
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Now you can find the technical program of DAS2012 at http://www.ict.griffith.edu.au/das2012/program.html
Keynote speaker (27th March): Dr.Samy Bengio Learning A Semantic Space: From Image Annotation to Music Similarity http://www.ict.griffith.edu.au/das2012/keynote.html
Tutorials (26th March) by two distinguished speakers:
The organizers welcome your participation!
Research Fellow in Document Image Analysis (H/F)
Founded in 1984, ITESOFT is a European software company specialising in the development of automatic information flows processing solutions, with sites in Germany, in the UK and in France. Thanks to its unique know-how of shape and character recognition technologies, ITESOFT is the leader in the French document capture and processing market, and number 3 in Europe, with more than 600 clients and one billion documents processed every year. ITESOFT markets its products and solutions in France and internationally in all sectors. In strong growth since its creation, its strengthened turnover 2010 reached 20.2 M# for a strength of 192 co-workers. ITESOFT has been listed on Euronext Paris since February 2001. We are seeking one research fellow position in the area of Document Image Analysis.
The post is offered by the Research & Development Dept. at ITESOFT (www.itesoft.com), Aimargues, France, in the framework of a European Project IAPP - Marie Curie Actions (program ADAO) in partnership with the Computer Vision Center (www.cvc.uab.es), Barcelona, Spain. The successful applicant will join a vibrant group of 6 researchers and will be expected to contribute to the research activities of the group in one or more of the following areas: Structural and Syntactic Pattern Recognition, Graphics Recognition, Handwriting Recognition and Colour / Perceptual DIA. The research activities will be developed in collaboration with the Document Analysis Group of the CVC (20 researchers). Short visits at the CVC during the project might be possible.
Aimargues (30), France
This position is available for a period of 12 months. The candidate will be expected to start between January 2012 and April 2012.
A PhD degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics or related discipline is required. Applicants will be expected to have a minimum of 4 years research experience in at least one of the following areas: Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, Document Image Analysis. Strong motivation to conduct research and own initiative will be highly valued. Good communication skills in English are required, while knowledge of French and Spanish or Catalan will be positively evaluated. A recent international experience is an asset, foreign candidature are appreciated. Gross salary will be at the level of EUR 42045, paid in 12 installments. A travel allowance of EUR 750 as well as a career exploratory allowance of EUR 2000 will be made available to the successful candidate.
We would like to remind you that the TC10 and TC11 Web sites always welcome contributions of new datasets or other resources related to the community. We would like to encourage all the TC11 members to submit such material to the TC11 for archiving. The availability of datasets, ground truth and performance evaluation tools online is not only good practice, but also a requirement for a field to progress.
We would like make a special request to the organizers of recent and future competitions. Independently of whether you have the competition datasets and evaluation tools available through other Web sites, please consider archiving them with TC10 / TC11 as well. Web sites often go off-line and useful resources are frequently lost forever.
Please check the TC10 site on information about how to submit datasets for archiving.
Dimosthenis Karatzas and Bart Lamiroy
TC-11 and TC-10 Dataset Curators
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